Sean Beaudoin

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Hey, you know what news story I never want to hear about again for the rest of my life? The size of tumors that are removed from people, usually in clinics in Zurich. Whether it's reported in kilos or pounds, I don't want to know about it. I don't want to know what overall bodyweight percentage it represented, and I don't what to know what body cavity it was tucked into. No more information on this. Please. Ever.

German doctors: 40-pound tumor removed from woman


A German doctor said Friday that surgeons have successfully removed a 40-pound (18 kilogram) malignant bone tumor from a Saudi Arabian woman. Dr. Heinz Zurbruegg, a surgeon at the private Capital Health clinic in Berlin, said that after five operations by the surgeons, no traces remain of the bone tumor that once ballooned from her pelvis and represented a third of her body weight.


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